Music for the Anthology, 1960-1969

These music and video pages have been set up to allow visitors to listen to some of the songs that are going to be discussed in the anthology Rock and Romanticism. This page is dedicated to music from the 1960s.

Contributor Paper Title and Music
Kristina Vyskocilk “American Renegades: A Consideration of the Sublime Object of Ideology in Woody Guthrie’s Ballads of Sacco & Vanzetti,” Woody Guthrie, The Ballads of Sacco and Vanzetti, 1947.
Matthew Borushko “Dylan and Shelley,” 1964.
Howard Doughty “Saint Philip: Misogynist and Martyr,” Phil Ochs, “Here’s to the State of Mississippi,” 1965.
David Boocker “Rock’s Lyrical Ballads Moment: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” 1967.
Andrew Herpich The Herd, “Paradise Lost,” covered in “Frampton Sings Milton: ‘Paradise Lost,’ 1967.”
Matthew Lorenz “Seeking, Joining, Finding: Songs of the Open Road,” Otis Redding (among others), “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay,” 1967.
Evan LaBuzetta “‘Empathy for the Devil’: John Milton, Mick Jagger and the Origins of the Cool Satan,” The Rolling Stones, “Sympathy for the Devil,” 1968.
Meagan Wilson “The Light that Shines Above the Grocer’s Store: David Bowie’s Domestic Spaces,” David Bowie, “Conversation Piece,” 1969.
Janneke van der Leest “Romanticism in the Park: Mick Jagger Reading Shelley,” 1969.

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